Gender and Social Movements
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BeschreibungIn this brief text examining gender roles in social movements, M. Bahati Kuumba shows how liberation struggles are viewed through women's eyes and how gender affects women's mobilization, strategies, and outcomes in social movement organizations. Gender and Social Movements is the ideal text to introduce a sophisticated view of race and gender into social movement courses.
InhaltsverzeichnisChapter 1 1. The Social Movement as Gendered Terrain Chapter 2 2. Background and History: The Case Studies in Comparative Gender Perspective Chapter 3 3. Theorizing Gender in Social Movements Chapter 4 4. "Getting Fired Up": Gendered Factors in Movement Mobilization Chapter 5 5. Social Resistance Strategies: The Myth of Gender Neutrality Chapter 6 6. Repercussions: Gendered Interests and Social Movement Outcomes Chapter 7 References Chapter 8 Appendixes Chapter 9 Index Chapter 10 About the Author
PortraitM. Bahati Kuumba is Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Women's Research and Resource Center at Spelman College.
PressestimmenM. Bahati Kuumba's contribution to The Gender Lens Series, Gender and Social Movements, is an interesting and useful primer on the gendering of social movements...Kuumba should be congratulated for making it clear that social movements scholars can no longer proceed as if their theories are gender-neutral or as if insurgency is not gendered. As well, she provides an insightful map of the gendered terrain of movements and contemporary research on this topic, replete with helpful theoretical and empirical examples from the [American Civil Rights movement] and [South African National Liberation movement]. -- Jennifer Earl, Univeristy of California-Santa Barbara Contemporary Sociology Drawing on recent scholarship in women's studies, the author ably shows how women contributed to the [US Civil Rights Movement and the South African National Liberation Movement] differently from men, echoing women's very different place in the structure and daily life of the black U.S. and urban South Africa. Written for researchers, this book provides a solid summary of the theoretical issues entailed in integrating gender analysis with social movement analysis. -- M. Greenwald, (University of Pittsburgh) CHOICE
Untertitel: 'Gender Lens (Paperback Rowman)'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ALTA MIRA PR
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2001
Seitenanzahl: 208 Seiten